Be a part of history.

The Osceola County Historical Society is a 501(c) 3 that was founded on October 29, 1949 by volunteers Charles and Twylah Hartley and Alma Hetherington looking to properly preserve artifacts and publish articles that would ensure Osceola County's heritage lived on for years to come. Today, OCHS has two locations, 13 staff members and a Board of Directors that collects and preserves the county's history. Every day we provide educational, research and recreational opportunities for the community and visitors alike so they can have an understanding and enjoyment of the area's cultural and natural heritage. Come and enjoy our museum displays, demonstrations, interpretive programs, most at no cost to the visitor.



Quarterly eMagazine: January 2014

Cover: 3rd Generation Big Boss, Scott Ramsey, shares his family ties to the biggest Rodeo east of the Mississippi, Silver Spurs. 

Download our mobile friendly eMagazine to browse stories of Osceola County's historic faces, places and things. 
In this issue, you'll find  details on Big Boss Scott Ramsey and OCHS's fantastic volunteers, Larry and Jo Garrett who have been hard at work preserving artifacts.
You will also get a first hand look at Osceola County's expansion and relocation plans for the Pioneer Village to Babb Landing in the Shingle Creek Regional Park.
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The Osceola County Historical Society is looking for eager and energized volunteers to help in the day-to-day operations of this great organization.  With the opening of our new Welcome Center and History Museum we now offer 2 facilities that are open 7 days a week. 


Support Us

The Osceola County Historical Society (OCHS) was founded in 1949 with a mission to preserve Osceola county's rich, cultural history while sharing it with others. It is through the generosity of others and community support that OCHS has been able to showcase the area's history for over 50 years. Please visit the "support us" tab for more information on how you can help leave a legacy for future generations to enjoy!


The Osceola County Welcome Center and History Museum is a collaboration between Osceola County and the Osceola County Historical Society to teach not only locals but tourists about the county's rich history, while helping with all of your vacation needs.  


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